In this blog I address both my personal education as an electrical and computer engineering educator and how engineering education and STEM education in general have to change, including practical suggestions on how to implement the changes I think are necessary. Small caveat: I am more from the physics side of ECE than the math side (my PhD is in electrophysics and I have worked in plasma physics and electromagnetics most of my professional career) but I don’t have particularly narrow interests. It is my hope that what you find here will be useful no matter what your interests may be from the sub-disciplines that make up ECE to all of STEM.


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